Welcome to District 201V1-4
Photo of Jacob in his graduation gown above:
On Australia Day 26th January 3 Lions Clubs in the District 201V1 – 4 had an enjoyable day when a Righteous Pup, Jacob, graduated and was presented to a family from Gisborne who had two autistic children. The clubs were Heidelberg-Warringal, Gisborne and District and Lancefield Romsey.
It was a most humbling, rewarding and proud day for all the clubs to see how the monies raised was spent on the expert training and selection of the dog to suit the children and family. It was wonderful to watch the dog bonding with the family and to see how it ignored the guest around him, concentrating purely on the children.
WIN A HOLIDAY TO THE MEKONG DELTA
District Governor Maureen Thorpe welcomes you to her Lions District.
The District of 72 Clubs covers most of central Victoria from Melbourne in the South to Robinvale in the North. It includes the large provincial cities of Ballarat and Bendigo
For photos of the District Governor's Team Visitations Click Here.....
|District Convention Web Site
The Convention will be held in Strathfieldsaye, Victoria on the weekend of October 7th - 9th, in 2016; and is hosted by the Strathfieldsaye Lions Club. Strathfieldsaye is part of Bendigo on the Eppalock Road.
As well as the guest speakers we will include and present a number of video presentations during the convention program featuring club projects and other relevant presentations. The convention is our own District V1-4 Lions convention and we want to recognise and share with clubs their wonderful work.
District Sight and Hearing Grants.
Available from the Victorian Lions Foundation.
The grant is available to all clubs in the V1-4 district only.
This is for projects on Sight and or Hearing.The basis is that grants applied for must be for this type of project only.
Becoming a Lion
Our 1.4 million men and women in 205 countries and geographic areas conduct vision and health screenings, build parks, support eye hospitals, award scholarships, assist youth, provide help in time of disaster and much more.
Lions club members are men and women who strive to make a difference in their local community as well as in communities worldwide. Their volunteer efforts go beyond the support of vision care, to addressing unmet health and education needs worldwide.
We meet the needs of our local communities and the world.